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Bibliography of German Law in English and German

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Published by Mu ller in Karlsruhe .
Written in English


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Parallel t.p. and text in English and German.

Statementedited by the German Association of Comparative Law ; with an introduction to German Law by Professor Dr. Fritz Baur, translated by Professor Dr. Courtland H. Peterson.
ContributionsBaur, Fritz., Gesellschaft fu r Rechtsvergleichung.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,584p.
Number of Pages584
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14366081M

Law for Linguists: Legal Bibliography in English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish Pr epared for the Le gal Seminar or ganised by the Consorzio Romano Interpreti di Conferenza (CRIC), Rome, 8 - 9 January Gérard Ilg,Rapporteur, Professeur à l’ETI, Uni versité de Genèv e Chief Interpreter,Bank for International Settlements (Basel). French term or phrase: Bibliography - translate? When I translate bibliographies, I usually leave the original title of the work and place the translation in parentheses, so that the reader has access to the original title in case he or she wants to research, and has the translated title to understand it. The Myth of State Intervention in the Family, 18 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (). Reprinted in Women and the Law (2nd ed., edited by Judith Greenberg, et al., Foundation Press, ); in Feminist Legal Theory II: Positioning Feminist Theory Within the Law (edited by Frances Olsen, Dartmouth Publishing; NYU Press, ); in Feminism (edited by Susan.


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Note: a well-organized site to German and English sources on all aspects of German law: the German legal system, the legislative process, law, court practice and decisions, legal literature, citations to German legal sources, translations into English, and numerous links; by a. German Law in English – A select bibliography.

This bibliography was compiled by Klaus Radke and Axel Tiemann (1st edition ) and updated by Gereon Thiele, Nikolaus Herrmann and Gerhard Dannemann (2nd edition ). Translation for 'bibliography' in the free English-German dictionary and many other German translations.

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three authors it is written like this: M. Mashler, E. Solan and S. Zamir. Because I am German-speaking I want to change the "and" in a "und". Is there a possibility to fix this. I hope someone may help me. Thank you for. Citing portions of the German legal code.

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Introduction in German with parallel English translation. Notes: Introductory matter in English and German.

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